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The International Monetary Fund said it expects the US economy to grow even more slowly this year.
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Lithuania was expected to get the final stamp of approval on its plans to join the eurozone on January 1.
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‘SA to limit foreign land ownership’
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Currie Cup remains relevant: Roux
The Currie Cup has lost little of its lustre in its 123-year history, according to Saru chief executive Jurie Roux.
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Loew to stay on as German coach
World Cup-winning coach Joachim Loew remains committed to leading Germany through to the European Championship in 2016.
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Siblings promise no sister sledging
Sibling rivarly won’t get out of hand when SA sisters Julene and Aimee van Rooyen go head-to-head at the Games.
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Baxter eyes top Bafana job
Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter has failed to dismiss media speculation linking him to a top Bafana job.
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Civic protest peaceful: cop
A gathering of people chained to the stairs of the Cape Town civic centre entrance last year was peaceful, a policeman told the city's magistrate's court.
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Lonmin guards tell of car trouble
The car of two Lonmin mine security guards would not start during an attack from armed, protesting mineworkers, the Farlam Commission heard.
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Driver hurt as truck overturns
A driver was injured when his truck overturned in Orlando West, Soweto.
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EFF will rule SA: Malema
The Economic Freedom Fighters will rule the country, the party's leader Julius Malema told MPs in the National Assembly.
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